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Tag: Seth Jones

Keeping up with the Jones: Any given Sunday

March 11, 2020 By
As I write this, it’s been two Sundays since the Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl. It was a long time coming, that win against the San Francisco 49ers. We went crazy here at my house. My old friend ...

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2020 Vision: State of the Industry recap

January 27, 2020 By and
The beginning of a new decade sparks nostalgia for some, while at Golfdom, we’re eager to look to the future. In December 2019, we surveyed our readers on various topics, from their expectations for 2020 to their opinions on robot ...

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The best sights of 2019

January 9, 2020 By
It only took one month into 2020, and I went ahead and used the “2020 vision” pun on the cover. If I’m not going to be original, at least I’ll be first out of the gate, I suppose. I’m happy ...

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2019 State of the Industry review (VIDEO)

December 26, 2019 By
[Photos: Adshooter / Stock/Getty Images Plus / Getty Images (Tees); RussellTateDotCom / Digital Vision Vectors / Getty Images (Gold Ribbon)] Editor-in-Chief Seth Jones spoke with Nufarm‘s Cam Copley to discuss what trends they have seen in the industry over the ...

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L to R: Stephanie Schwenke, Syngenta; Golfdom Publisher Craig MacGregor; Ryan Cummings, Elcona CC, Bristol, Ind.; Jared Stanek, Desert Willow Golf Resort, Indio, Calif. (Photo: Golfdom staff)

Jones’ 2019 GIS notebook

February 12, 2019 By
Strange, most of my 2019 GIS notebook is indecipherable scribbles on a cocktail napkin from The Hard Rock Hotel. So I guess I better spitball more from memory than my notes… GIS 2019 was another great event for the entire ...

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Embracing the youth (on course) movement

September 17, 2018 By
Last month in this space I heralded the unification of the First Green and the GCSAA. Let’s keep this youth golf movement rolling this issue and show some love to our new friends at Youth on Course. It was T.A. ...

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